Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will be streamed live online this year, just one year after the Super Bowl was live streamed online for the first time ever.
The CBS Sports live stream will include Beyonce's halftime show, the ability to rewind and even pause the action, Mashable reports. There were also be a "Fan Choice" camera option that can impact what viewers see on the traditional broadcast.
The entire game will also be streamed live on NFL Mobile, but as GigaOm reports, you'll encounter a fee and it's only for Verizon and FIOS customers. CBS Sports Mobile can be downloaded on Android or Apple devices for a second-screen experience of stats, commercials and live social media feeds.
If you live outside the United States, NFL Game Pass will be streaming the Super Bowl.
During the game, you might consider following the team's official social media accounts: Ravens Twitter, 49ers Twitter, Ravens Facebook, 49ers Facebook. To be part of the conversation, the official Super Bowl hashtag is #SB47. That said, #superbowl should also be popular, as well as the teams' hashtags #Ravens and #49ers.
The Super Bowl was live streamed online for the first time in 2012 by NBC.